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1. What is Adjudicated Property?
2. Is all Adjudicated Property available for sale?
3. What law gives the Parish the right to sell property?
4. If I acquire adjudicated property, will I obtain the mineral rights?
5. If I own the property can’t I just purchase it through the Adjudicated Process?
6. I saw some property that looks abandoned can I call and check to see if it’s adjudicated?
7. I own some property that is adjudicated what can I do?
8. What is the advantage of purchasing Adjudicated Property?
9. If I attempt to purchase some property and am not the highest bidder do I get my money back?
10. Can I find out who filed an application?
11. Where can I find a list of properties that are adjudicated?
12. If the owner decides to redeem the property; do I lose the money I’ve invested in the process?
13. I heard I can purchase adjudicated property for only a dollar, is this true?
14. How long does the process take to get adjudicated property?
15. In what publication does the Parish advertise upcoming sales of adjudicated properties?
16. Will I need to work with an Attorney in order to purchase adjudicated property?
17. Can I get my application fee back if I decide to no longer pursue the process?
18. Once I purchase Adjudicated Property do I get a clear title?
19. Will the Parish assist me in locating where a piece of adjudicated property is located?
20. Why doesn’t the Parish list the property address for Adjudicated Property in the newspaper?
21. When notifying interested parties must I send notices by certified mail?
22. Which form of payment does the parish accept and whom do I make the check out to?
23. Must I pay an application fee for each property or can I pay a fee for several properties at once?
24. What is the lowest bid the Parish will accept on a parcel of property?
25. How long does the owner have to redeem the property?
26. If property becomes adjudicated does it then become the responsibility of the Parish?

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